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I have been a radio amateur since 1975 when I was still a 17 year old school boy. Amateur radio still provides me with endless hours of enjoyment and keeps my interest alive.

My main interests are QRP, CW, contesting and chasing DX.

Recently discovered the 'Magic Band' and now I am having great fun chasing DX on this band. The 6m band requires much patience, but it is very rewarding if and when it opens up. The action is fast and furious.

The blog site listed below I use to commit my special amateur radio moments and experiences with the world.



QSL Policy

I prefer using the ARRL’s Log Book of The World - LoTW

It is by far the most convenient, fastest and most reliable method to confirm QSOs. Furthermore, it makes the record-keeping and tracking of the various awards: DXCC, VUCC, WAS, WAC etc. effortless.

The traditional snail-mail QSL cards are slow and unreliable (apparently they often go missing in the post). Filling out paper QSLs is a time consuming process. Keeping track of QSLs sent, QSLs received and awards status is also cumbersome.

I understand than some still prefer paper QSL cards. Therefore, I will reply to all received paper QSL cards.
Please furnish a self-addressed envelope (SAE) and return postage (green stamps). If insufficient postage is provided, the cards will be returned via the SARL outgoing QSL Bureau.


Update 10 October 2014

We currently have no postal service in South Africa. The postal authorities here have been on strike for the past 3 months with no resolution date available at this time.I am therefore unable to receive or send QSL cards at present either directly or via the bureau. I do however upload daily to LoTW.


Previous calls: ZS2PW, ZS6BQS, ZS6BB

Other calls : ZS2AA, C91DD, 7P8/ZS2AA


73, Pierre


SARL QRP contest April 2011 - Mata Mata rest camp, Kgalagadi game reserve (KG04af)

QRP Field station, Kgalagadi NP, 2011

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